BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Glamorgan.
PhD in preparation for submission. Projected hand in date for this is October 2017.
Hayley Gibbon (formerly Bartlett) started working as a Senior Research Assistant (SRA) for the research team at the Dyscovery Centre in July 2016.
As well as her role as a SRA, Hayley is completing a PhD within the field of Occupational Psychology. Her thesis explores the health and well-being implications of teleworking, a flexible work opportunity offered by a large proportion of employers.
Working with the research team at the Dyscovery Centre, Hayley is keen to expand her knowledge and expertise within the field of neurodevelopmental disorders.
Over forthcoming months she would like to combine the expertise she has gained from her PhD studies with neurodevelopmental research, exploring, for example, relationships around developmental disorders and employment.
Going forward she will be active in all components of research, including grant submissions and publication writing.
Bartlett, H., Diggins, B., James, S. (2014). Alcohol and Older People: Research and Scoping
Exercise into the Impact of Alcohol on Older People across Cardiff and the Vale of
Glamorgan. Welsh Government.
Bartlett, H. (2011). An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Online Gamers’ Personal Experiences, Feelings, and Attitudes towards Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games. Paper present at the Welsh Branch Annual Student Conference, Swansea Metropolitan University.
Bartlett, H. (2013) A Comparative Analysis of Social and Emotional Components of Loneliness Across Different Work Styles. Paper presented at the Wiserd 2013 Annual Conference, South Glamorgan.
Bartlett, H. (2015). A critical overview of existing literature surrounding telecommuting and individual well-being outcome effects. Paper presented at School of Psychology and Therapeutic Studies Lunchtime Research Talk, University of South Wales.
Bartlett, H. (2015). The relationship between predictor variables and counselling Outcomes in a University-based community counselling service. Research and Practice: Right and Wrong – A joint conference for Counselling, Psychotherapy and the Arts Therapies, University of South Wales.
Gibbon, H. (2016). The Effects of Telecommuting on Employee Health and Well-being: A Comparative Analysis. Poster presented at faculty of Life Sciences and Education (LSE) conference, University of South Wales.
Mulcahy, J. & Gibbon, H. (2017). Connecting learners, practitioners and the community: mutual learning spaces. Paper presented at the USW SEP: Transforming learning spaces project launch conference, University of South Wales.
Taylor, R., Evans, J., Stuart-Hamilton, I., Roderique-Davies, G., Pierpoint, H., and
Bartlett, H. Speech, Language and Communication Needs Research Project for Young People from Wales in the Youth Justice System; £22,000; July – October 2013.
Areas of Expertise
Health and Well-being; Teleworking/Telecommuting; Flexible work opportunities.
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